Earlier in the week, I showed you my work in progress on my mini quilt for Katarina Roccella’s new line Wonderland. It’s based on Alice in Wonderland. I love this line, though not my typical fabric choices, as the prints have subtle but great details and the color palette is not too girly but rich. It provides a lot of interest for me.
These are the prints I started out with, but as mentioned I loved these that I went and got all the additional prints too. My mini quilt is my own design (from a QDAD design) and on Monday I shared with you the blocks required for the two columns.
Here is how the mini quilt finished up. The crosses are bright pink and a very pale pink. That pale pink fabric actually has a shimmery silver through it that is so delicious. I finished the quilt with the pale blue Enchanted Leaves Air fabric, highlighting the blue in the focus blocks.
I made a very simple back, again tying in the blue from the focus blocks.
The quilting was a 1″ straight diagonal lines in a combination of a loftier batting (than I usually use), which gave this quilt a great texture.
Design: Designed by me
Fabric: Wonderland, Katerina Roccella, Art Gallery Fabrics (AGF) + White, Pure Elements, AGF
Dimensions: 26″ x 24″
Quilted: With Aurifil 2021 White thread; Straight line diagonal Quilting, spacing 1″.
This mini is going to be one of my niece’s as a Christmas gift, that I hope she will love and hang on the wall.
Linking up with Amanda Jean @ Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.
This is so cute! And a pattern that would make a great full size quilt. 🙂
The binding choice really accentuates a different aspect of the quilt top than my eye is first drawn to, which keeps me going back and finding new details to enjoy. Lovely!
This turned out lovely – I really like your use of the fabric.